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www.iTunes.com/download [Podcast Data to iTunes]: How to Export iPhone Podcast to iTunes with Ease When you encounter computer crash by accident, you may find your iTunes library is damaged and all files are lost. If you ever stored several precious podcast on your iTunes, you may want to get them back again. In fact, you can still get back these podcast by transferring them from iPhone 5S/5C/5/4S/4/3GS to iTunes with ease. Since iTunes can only help you transfer files from iTunes to iPhone while not the way back, you need help from another third party tool to complete the task. Here I recommend you the program ¨C Wondershare TunesGo (Windows) or Wondershare TunesGo (Mac), which allows you to transfer Podcast, as well as videos, music, www.iTunes.com/download photos from iPhone 5S/5C/5/4S/4/3GS to iTunes library in just one click! Good news here! We now offer you free trial version of both the Windows version and the Mac version of the program. Please choose the suit version according to your condition. Here is the Windows version as an example to show you the steps. iTunes error 4900 Removal Guide [Complete Solution]! iTunes error 4900 is categorized as an adware that does many destructive traits and can aggressively damage internet browsers and their settings. You may discern pop-up ads and ads while browsing shopping sites on your computer when it gets installed. It also shows small text links at the top of the web browsers clicking which will reveals list of related online deals, coupons and discounts. It distributes through different locations and platforms, so it may also gets downloaded with some fake updates of free downloads that you do. Apart from the irritation that it brings, iTunes error 4900 is also considered a privacy danger for the users as it has the capability to congregate information from the people windows system without their permission. www.iTunes.com/download In fact that is what written on their long ¡®Privacy Policy¡¯ that people in general doesn't read. Keep it in mind that inventers of this adware want you people to snap and visit their sponsored links or web pages that may be notorious in nature and then earn revenue by deceiving you to download and buy its relative products. www.iTunes.com/download It is suggested to always read the ¡®Terms and Agreements¡® cautiously before installing any software on your computer system and never click [Next] button fastly during the installation process. Always explore the Custom or Advanced options during the installation to discover is there any perilous programs supplied along with the freeware. How to detect if PC is infected with iTunes error 4900? Usually, malware¡¯s get into the PC using several tricky ways without your knowledge or permission. They try their best to hide themselves and remain undetected by the security programs. Noticing its malicious effects on the PC you can easily find the super group to which they belong to. But in order to know the exact threat and its location in the PC it is very important that you scan your PC for the same. www.iTunes.com/download Now the question is which scanner to use in these conditions which can effectively detect each and every traces of any threat that can attack the PC. www.iTunes.com/download As a part of its consent decree with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission over in-app purchases in the App Store, Apple today sent out an email to some iTunes users, offering them a chance to obtain a refund by filling out a form through a special link. Specifically, the email appears to be targeted toward users who have made recent in-app purchases, with Apple stating that unauthorized purchases "made by a minor" are eligible for a refund, with all requests required to be submitted by April 15. Dear iTunes account owner, Apple is committed to providing parents and kids with a great experience on the App Store. We review all app content before allowing it on our store, provide a wide range of age-appropriate content, www.iTunes.com/downloadand include parental controls in iOS to make it easy for parents to restrict or disable access to content. We've heard from some customers that it was too easy for their kids to make in-app purchases. As a result, we've improved controls for parents so they can better manage their children's purchases, or restrict them entirely. Additionally, we are offering refunds in certain cases. Please follow the steps to submit a refund request: Find your in-app purchase records. Check your email for iTunes receipts or use a computer to sign in to your iTunes account and view your Purchase History. Use this link to submit your refund request to Apple. Provide the requested information and enter "Refund for in-App Purchases made by a minor" www.iTunes.com/download in the Details section. Apple will review your request and contact you via email about your refund status. All refund requests must be submitted no later than April 15, 2015. According to its agreement signed with the FTC in January, www.iTunes.com/download Apple will be required to provide full refunds to parents whose children purchased unauthorized in-app items, totaling $32 million in refunds. Apple also added a pop-up warning message in iOS 7.1 detailing a 15-minute window which allows users to make in-app purchases for 15 minutes without reentering a password. Ha! Stupid parents with their terrible parenting skills asking for a free handout from Apple because they're too stupid to know what their stupid kids are doing with their stupid iPads. LOOK AT ME! I'M BEING JUDGMENTAL ON THE INTERNET! Rating: 9 Positives "Refund quest" doesn't sound like the most fun game in the world, doesn't it? That's a typo, www.iTunes.com/download the email is fine and I fixed it now! :) Didn't get one because I don't give my expensive equipment to children to use. Kudos to Apple. I couldn't imagine another company even bothering. Kudos for what? Compliance with the FTC? from the original post: "According to its agreement signed with the FTC in January, www.iTunes.com/download Apple will be required to provide full refunds to parents whose children purchased unauthorized in-app items, totaling $32 million in refunds. Apple also added a pop-up warning message in iOS 7.1 detailing a 15-minute window which allows users to make in-app purchases for 15 minutes without reentering a password. " The problem with all this is not Apple or parents or children, its the "Freemium" model which has corrupted gaming. The idea of getting a free game which is simply made easier by, often, dumping hundreds of dollars into it has ruined gaming in general. What Apple should do instead of placating parents who have fallen victim to the greedy freemium model is instead to turn against the app developers that are victimizing users with ridiculous schemes to make a game playable through what is essentially extortion. But Apple is too prideful of their whole "millions and millions of Apps" tag line and so will never do anything to reduce the amount of greedy crapware that has plagued the App store and instead seem to want to protect the freemium model by ensuring that parents and children will fall victim to this scheme over and over again. Whatever millions Apple has to give back to parents pales in comparison to the billions Apple makes every year through in-app transactions. Say what you will about Microsoft, www.iTunes.com/download but Microsoft did not create a market of greedy *******s developing trojan horses with a direct connection to people's credit cards. Hackers may have tried to exploit security holes in Windows to steal your identity or bank information, but Apple simply made this a prominent "feature" of gaming on an iDevice, and I think more people have been exploited by Freemium overall then anything Microsoft was at fault for doing. How is Apple going to verify the validity of some of these coming claims? www.iTunes.com/download Are there going to be more than a few deceitful or 'questionable' claims, or is my faith in human beings perhaps lacking They're not. This is just a PR exercise for apple. I would like to know if these refunds are coming from apple or if apple will take the money from developer accounts (so apple just loses the 30%). The latter seems unfair since the developers were operating within apples system and it was apple's in-app purchase system which was the Seems, to me, to be more contradictory than redundant. How is Apple going to verify the validity of some of these coming claims? www.iTunes.com/download Are there going to be more than a few deceitful or 'questionable'
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